Winter

This is when Valmeinier comes alive, skiing, boarding, snow shoes, Nordic walking, paragliding, microlight, dog sleigh, and more. With over 70% of the 150 km of runs above 2000 metre and the resorts’ investment in 400+ snow machines to give nature a helping hand when needed, snow conditions are usually good. …

Getting there

You can travel by car, train or plane – all have advantages and your choice will depend on your needs and circumstances.  We usually travel via Eurotunnel and calculate that with minimal stops it takes us around 8/9 hours driving from Calais. We have tried numerous autoroutes and the quickest …

Summer

The resort is quieter in the summer when the mountains look very different. You might see bikes, walkers,  a paraglider, go-karts, mountain boarding, segway tours and much more going on.  There are beautiful trails up to lakes big and small, some suitable for children to explore and a few restaurants in …